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  1. 7 days ago on Tom Stiglich

    CNN very much engages in innuendo, supposition, and speculation as pertains to their negative reporting on Trump.

  2. 20 days ago on Lisa Benson

    So much about music, so little about the Grammy Awards Show.

  3. 27 days ago on Phil Hands

    So far in the 115th Congress, 8,581 bills introduced, 2123 being sat upon. 123 to the President, 119 became law.

  4. 27 days ago on Phil Hands

    Include that in my post…for the most part. There is always some buffoon that will stick a poison pill amendment on a bill or put something in a bill that no one likes. Putting bills like that up for a vote would be an exercise in futility.

  5. 27 days ago on Phil Hands

    We need leadership that refuses to allow off subject amendments be attached to bills.

  6. 29 days ago on Michael Ramirez

    Darleen, you need to find out how the Senate votes, votes filibuster, and nuclear option.

  7. 29 days ago on Michael Ramirez

    So…those Democrats that voted for it lack integrity? Maybe those that voted for it had the integrity to vote for it because it was what they believed instead of what the party said they should believe. I would say that most of the Republicans that voted for it and most of the Democrats that voted against it voted the way the leadership told them to vote. Personally, I like the fact that there were some crossover votes.

  8. about 1 month ago on Gary Varvel

    Not so on the raises and bonuses, SAD. They are across the board. Bonuses are paid to all up to $1000 w/20 years service. Raises also go to all. (c/Reuters yesterday for details)

  9. about 1 month ago on Gary Varvel

    Neither party has done anything to reduce the debt. As for deficit spending, when doing a budget, 10% over and 5% under are considered acceptable. The assorted government agencies take full advantage of the “over”. Government budgets also don’t allow for exceptional circumstances.

  10. about 1 month ago on Gary Varvel

    So much politicization of what may be simple economic reality. Walmart probably closed those stores because they have proved to be unprofitable year on year and show no potential to become profitable.As for Walmart’s pay raises, the labor market is drying up a bit necessitating that they pay more to get new hires and to retain current employees.